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NFUS on Transport and Layers with EU Welfare Officials

NFU Scotland has sat down with European Commission officials to encourage them to better enforce existing animal transport laws before giving consideration to new rules that could impinge on Scotland’s ability to move livestock.

30/09/2010

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Union Tackles Europe again on EID Compliance Rules

NFU Scotland has repeated its call for an amnesty on penalties related to accidental breaches of the confusing sheep EID requirements and called on Europe to ensure that any penalties are properly focussed on any errors that weaken the robust tracking system for animals.

29/09/2010

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Union Views Benefits of Dutch Dairy Chain

NFU Scotland believes lessons could be learnt from the Dutch dairy sector to help deliver a more stable, fairer dairy supply chain in the UK.

29/09/2010

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Tenant Farming Forum Responds to Holdings Consultation

Scotland’s Tenant Farming Forum (TFF), which aims to promote a healthy tenanted farm sector in Scotland, has given its initial response to the publication of the Scottish Government consultation: “Proposals to Amend the Agricultural Holdings Act 1991 and 2003”.

28/09/2010

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Future Farmers Open their Doors for On-Farm Event

Future Farmer award winners (2009), Peelham Farm, together with The Elizabeth Murray Trust and Triodos Bank, are hosting a farm open-day on Friday 15 October which will look at the challenging issues of ‘Sustainable Farming for a Profitable Future’.

23/09/2010

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Dumfries & Galloway - NFUS Welcomes Local Helpline from Network Rail

NFU Scotland is working with Network Rail to encourage farmers who are grazing livestock along the Gretna to Motherwell West Coast Mainline to check the condition of rail side fencing and make use of a local helpline to report any problems. 

22/09/2010

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Forth & Clyde - NFUS Welcomes Local Helpline from Network Rail

NFU Scotland is working with Network Rail to encourage farmers who are grazing livestock along the Gretna to Motherwell West Coast Mainline to check the condition of rail side fencing and make use of a local helpline to report any problems. 

22/09/2010

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NFUS Stockjudging Raises Cash for Cancer Charity

Participants in a NFU Scotland charity stockjudging evening have raised £1,590 for Cancer Research UK. 

22/09/2010

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Local Food can Tackle Climate Change

New climate change guidance released from the Scottish Government is encouraging all public bodies to consider it their duty to procure food in a sustainable manner.  The move has been warmly welcomed by NFU Scotland.

22/09/2010

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Farmers Must Act to Ensure Payments are Protected

NFU Scotland is urging all 24,000 farm businesses in Scotland that receive a Single Farm Payment (SFP) and/or Less Favoured Area support (LFASS), to check their single application (SAF) claim forms now to reassure themselves that all the land involved in their 2010 claim is deemed eligible.

15/09/2010

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